Question about Bosch PowerStar AE125 AE125 Whole House Electric Tankless Water Heater...
There are no valves in the unit. You can only regulate waterflow through this machine with self-supplied ball/gate valves
Posted on May 06, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Heating water can peculate chemicals out of water, such as metals and organics.
Especially above 138 degrees.
Have well water tested.
Turn down thermostat temperature.
Or reasonably harmless well-water bacteria can react with anode rod, or other reaction in softener, to produce colored water, and smells.
Different water can produce different sludges, brown, red, gray, black, yellow.
The sludge can also combine with deteriorating pipe flakes to clog water flow.
Sludge can accumulate over years in low spots in pipes, or at elbows and constrictions.
Have plumber flush pipes.
Or run new pipes.
Also delime tankless yearly, and flush with white vinegar as shown in product manual, and treat bacteria with H2O2 hydrogen peroxide.
Posted on Oct 30, 2012
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